(+VIDEO) “Stop Giving Your Money To Pastors To Buy Rolls Royce While You Walk In “Chale -Wote” To Church – Asamoah Gyan Advises Christians

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Ghanaian sensational footballer Asamoah Gyan has gone out of his way to dish out a piece of advice to some church goers telling them not to allow pastors extort them.

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According to Asamoah Gyan in a video available to Ghbase.com, a lot of pastors in Ghana take advantage of their innocent church members and deceive them by taking money from them to enrich their lives.

Asamoah Gyan added that most of  the pastors who force members to “sow seed” are bunch of fake people who only want to be rich.

He went ahead to advise them to rather use the money to take care of of the aged and the less privileged in society.

” I’m not saying don’t go to church but be wise. Don’t go and give your money to a pastor who will use it to go and buy a car.

Watch full video below;


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